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Tune-in Reminder: FOX's "Glee" Starts Tonight!

Just a quick reminder to be sure to tune in to tonight's fantastic series premiere of Glee on FOX.

If you enjoyed the pilot episode when it aired back in May (or a few times last week as well), you'll fall head over heels in love with tonight's installment ("Showmance"), which features a fantastic rendition of "Gold Digger" by Matthew Morrison that had me in awe.

I had the opportunity to watch tonight's episode a few months back (you can read my spoiler-light advance review here) and I don't think any of you rabid Gleeks out there will be disappointed.

Here's how FOX is describing tonight's series premiere: the Glee Club has their first performance in front of the whole school; Quinn realizes Rachel has feelings for Finn; Will's wife reveals some unexpected news that forces him to make some changes in his life; Will learns he must recruit more people for New Directions in order to qualify to compete at Regionals.

Glee premieres tonight at 9 pm ET/PT on FOX.


Nikki said…
Saw the first episode and couldn't understand what all of the fuss was about. I wanted to like it but thought it was pretty boring. I've heard the next couple of eps are supposed to get better, though, so I might try again.
The CineManiac said…
Unlike Nikki, I loved the first episode and the director's cut from last week. The music was outstanding and as a music lover I can't wait for more.
Looking forward to tonight's episode, just hoping the rain doesn't knock out the satellite!
Carrie said…
I can't wait!!!! Been wtching the pilot ep all summer and can't wait for tonight!!! it's going to be great!!!!

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